In a couple of weeks I'll be setting out on a whirlwind tour of eastern Mexico with Streeter. We're both working stiffs with limited vacation time, but we're bound and determined to make the most of a single week off from work. We'll be crossing into Mexico at Reynosa/McAllen as we have a parking spot for the trailer lined up there. We'll be riding a pair of 650s, gravel roads are doable but we won't be looking for gnarly stuff - at least not on this trip! Probably looking at 200 to 250 mile days, although we can grind out more if need be as long as we're off the road before dark. We're both veterans of Copper Canyon trips but this will be our first venture to the eastern parts of the country. Our primary objectives are to go to Xilitla and visit the concrete sculpture gardens there, and visit some of the waterfalls in the region or if time permits the Cave of Swallows. Then we'll likely head roads south through Jalpan to Teqiuspiapan, east to Tecozautla, and north to Tamazuchale. Some questions we cold use some help with as we pull our plans together: How much time should we allow for touring Las Pozas and waterfalls/caves? Are we overlooking anything in our target area? Sites? Roads? We're thinking of aiming for Ciudad Mante on the first day does that seem reasonable? Does anyone have tracks or waypoints for the area that they would be wiling to share?